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No Secrets provides safety information to children

An important presentation was made to students of Ecole Mother Teresa on November 22 and 23. No Secrets, a program developed by the Central Alberta Sexual Assault Centre and ...Read More...

Indian Railways among 32 ‘Healthy Workplaces’

New Delhi: Thirty two companies from various sectors across the country, including Indian Railways, were today named ‘Healthy Workplaces’ 2016 by a global body working to prevent non-communicable diseases ...Read More...

Erratic lifestyle, pollution causing breast cancer in India : Experts

Stressful and erratic lifestyle, mothers not nursing babies adequately, smoking and pollution have put women at higher risk of developing breast cancer with health experts warning the situation has ...Read More...

Bird flu: Health ministry issues alert to states

With birds  in Delhi, Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh) and Kerala testing positive for  avian influenza AH5N8, the Centre on Tuesday issued a health advisory to states asking them to minimise ...Read More...

K.P. Yohannan’s Believers Church organises free medical camps

As Dengue and Chikungunya continue to affect people across northern India, Believers Church has started a campaign to educate economically weaker sections of the society about the disease and ...Read More...

Kerala scientist discovers cancer preventing gene

Thenjippalam(Kerala): In a major breakthrough in cancer research, a Kerala scientist has identified a gene which prevents development of cancer cells. Dr P Arun of Thenjippalam in Malappuram district, ...Read More...

50 children die of Encephalitis in Odisha

BHUBANESWAR: Japanese Encephalitis claimed two more lives today, raising the toll due to the vector-borne disease to 50 in the past one month in Malkangiri district of Odisha. Meanwhile, a ...Read More...

World Mental Health Day: illness still remains shrouded in stigma

Five of the ten leading causes of disability across the world are mental health problems. And these problems prevail across socio-economic boundaries, genders, ages and nationalities. International studies about ...Read More...

Surgeons warn of ‘deadly’ risk of button batteries to toddlers

Surgeons are warning of the potentially deadly risk posed to young children by button batteries. If accidentally swallowed, the small, round batteries can get lodged in the oesophagus and ...Read More...

Non-communicable diseases killed more Indians in 2015

In 2015, India, like other developed countries, had more number of deaths caused by non-communicable diseases. In the case of males, deaths due to non-communicable diseases (3.6 million) were ...Read More...
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